What are your my options if I want to hand paint our team logo on our court?
We have 2 options for Painted Basketball Floor Logos. First one is a Paper Pounce Pattern. This is the way signs have been painted for years. Second is Vinyl Cut Adhesive Stencils. Below describes each option.
If hand painting seems to labor intensive for you, we offer Basketball Floor Decals that may better suit your needs.
Paper Pounce Patterns – Logo and Lettering Transfer Patterns – Perforated Pounce Transfer
Paper Pounce Stencils – These are reusable so you can paint your team or school logo all over campus. Paper Pounce Painted Basketball Floor Logos are a cost-effective way to make you court stand out. Pounce patterns allow you to transfer logos and lettering to the court surface with chalk, then you follow the lines to paint.
Logos and Letters are printed on Pounce Paper and then our Sign Expert uses an electric pounce machine to make perforated holes that follow the outlines of the logo. Then on site the paper pounce pattern is placed where you want the logo to go. The installer then takes a chalk bag and pounces or hits the pattern where the holes are and an outline is transferred to the basketball floor surface. The paper pattern is removed and then the logo is hand painted following the chalk lines.
Cut Vinyl Stencils
Cut Vinyl Stencils – For Hand Painting logos and team names. These are not reusable but offer a clean sharp logo or lettering.
Logos and Letters are computer cut out of a special masking film that is adhesive. Logos are cut but not weeded out. On site the vinyl masking stencil is transferred to the basketball court surface. The areas to be painted are weeded or removed, then painted. Masking can be for a single color or multiple.
What kind of files do we need to produce your signs?
If you are submitting your own artwork for us to produce your signs, we prefer to receive them as VECTOR LINE FILES. This file type offers the highest resolution for large graphics.
All files must have all fonts converted to outlines. Please see our Submit Files page for more details on submission guidelines.
If you are unsure if you have the correct file or need professional design services please contact us and we will help.